How do you mask a region in Revit?

How do you mask text in Revit?

In the Type Properties window which should now be on screen, select the Text type from the drop down list or create a new one. Then under Graphics ►Background, click Opaque and switch it to Transparent.

How do I turn off plan regions in Revit?

Control the Visibility of Plan Regions

  1. Click View tab Graphics panel (Visibility/Graphics).
  2. In the Visibility/Graphics dialog, click the Annotation Categories tab.
  3. Scroll to the Plan Region category.
  4. Select or clear the check box to show or hide the plan region.

Why is masking region not working in Revit?

Verify that the Region is at the “Front” of the detail. Select the masking region, and in the Modify|Detail Items tab pick the Bring to Front tool. 2. Verify that Visual Style in the View Control bar is set to Hidden Line.

How do you create a filled region pattern in Revit?

To give the region a fill pattern, on the Properties palette, click Edit Type and then select a fill for the Fill Pattern property. To set different line styles for the region lines, select the lines, and on the Properties palette, change the value for the Subcategory property.

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How do I make the background of text white in Revit?

Go to Solution. Edit label type and turn on opaque background. Thanks but I already had opaque turned on and that gives the white background.

How do I remove text border in AutoCAD?

How do you hide text in AutoCAD? Right-click in the drawing area, and choose Options. In the Options dialog box, Display tab, under Display Performance, click or clear Show Text Boundary Frame Only, and click OK.

How do I find my plan region in Revit?

Click View tab Graphics panel (Visibility/Graphics). In the Visibility/Graphics dialog, click the Annotation Categories tab. Scroll to the Plan Region category. Select or clear the check box to show or hide the plan region.

How do I change my plan region in Revit?

Create a Plan Region

  1. Open a plan view.
  2. Click View tab Create panel Plan Views drop-down (Plan Region).
  3. Sketch a closed loop using lines, rectangles, or polygons.
  4. On the Properties palette, for View Range, click Edit.
  5. In the View Range dialog, specify the primary range and view depth.

Why is the masking region tool useful?

Masking regions may be useful in scenarios like the following: You need to obscure elements in a project. You are creating a detail family or a model family and need the background of the element to mask the model and other detail components when it is loaded into a project.

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